Discover Gobustan's ancient rock art

From prehistoric rock art to musical stones, the Azerbaijani people’s prehistoric past comes dramatically to life in the Gobustan State Reserve, home to an astonishing collection of over 6,000 ancient petroglyphs. Depicting scenes of people, warriors, animals, boats, dances, hunting, camel caravans, and more, they chart ways of life dating back between 5,000 and 20,000 years. Established in 1966 and covering 537 ha, the Gobustan State Reserve is located amid the Boyukdash, Kichikdash, and Jingirdagh mountains, about 60 kilometers south of Baku. Besides all the breathtaking rock art, visitors can also explore the remains of caves, settlements, and burial grounds used by humans between the Upper Paleolithic and the Middle Ages.


Destination Gobustan
Locations South of Baku

GOBUSTAN Tour package